Contemporary Art Museum of Raleigh:

CAM Raleigh is located on and near unceded land settled over the last 14,000 years by indigenous people. CAM is located on land that was used for family life, nourishment, stewardship, trade, justice, ceremony, and healing. CAM acknowledges the history of oppression and injustice that marginalized indigenous people and is a part of the history of the land we now inhabit.

Indigenous people exist today by their contemporary tribal names of the Cherokee, Coharie, Haliwa-Saponi, Lumbee, Meherrin, Tuscarora, Occaneechi, Sappony, and Waccamaw-Siouan. CAM continues to look for ways to honor the people who came before us and to learn from our history.

CAM Raleigh established its foundations in Raleigh nearly three decades ago. The museum now breathes new life into a building from another great era in Raleigh history.

409 W Martin St,
Raleigh, NC 27603,
United States

Phone: +1 919-261-5920


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